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Skating rinks roll through recession (access required)

By Sam Boykin CHARLOTTE — Laura Hatley was still in diapers when her parents opened Hatley’s Family Skating Center in Monroe in 1956. She grew up around the business, from the heyday of the boogie-down 1970s and the inline craze ...

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Small business strategy in works (access required)

By Austin Light CHARLOTTE — The city’s Business Advisory Committee will recommend to the Economic Development and Planning Committee on Oct. 21 that the city create a strategic plan to support small businesses. The BAC, comprised of professionals appointed by the Charlotte ...

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Property tainted with asbestos, chemicals–Arlington developer claims company sold tainted land (access required)

By Amy Burroughs CHARLOTTE _ Metropolitan Group, Inc., developer of the pink-glass Arlington condos in South End, has filed a lawsuit against a Milwaukee-based manufacturer alleging that it knowingly sold property tainted with asbestos, hazardous chemicals and other toxic substances. ...

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